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years it has been putting good in a can. now the campbell soup co. says it is time for the oldest operating plant to shut down so it will close the doors in sacramento. declining profits are forcing the company to scale back and nearly 700 people will lose their jobs >> while the business case is compelling, it is always a difficult condition when you have to impact the lives of employees >> it was never anything that was certain but today it puts a downer and all lot of people's hearts >> campbell says it will keep its plants in stockton and bakersfield open. 17 percent of kids are obese >> that is three times the rate from one generation ago. tonight, dr. kim shows us how one man's story might help make a difference. >> alberto loves to cook and eat but he was not always so slim >> people say that because i went through this transformation and lost a much weight that they think i don't eat at all >> his journey began 21 years ago in el salvador. as the first grandchild he got whatever you wanted >> my first nickname was the fat little boys >> then, at a mass of culture shock whe
the lowest advertised price plus a $5 gift card. >> the campbell soup co. is closing its doors in sacramento after 65 years of operation. hundreds of workers will lose their jobs including many that have worked at the plant on franklin street for a large part of their lives. checkey bedford tells us when their oldest facility will shut down for good. >> a typical weekday routine, an early morning caravan of workers are arriving at the south sacramento campbell soup plant. although it had been rumored, little did the 700 plant workers know that there would be no work today. and in the near future, no work at all. >> it is devastating. >> the managers tell the 400 gathered workers in the early morning meeting that they were closing the plant by next summer. >> today put a downer on people's hearts. >> company leaders said they had no choice but to cut the most expensive of their four u.s. plants at a time when soup sales are down. >> this plan has been here since 1947. it means a lot to the community and the company. >> workers say that the closure means they will be forced out into the cold u
of the dollar for an electric brain that runs a train. >>> campbell's soup is shutting down its sacramento plant and eliminating 7,000 jobs there. the announcement was made at a 7:00 meeting this morning. the change comes as campbell's is trying to cut costs. >> sacramento has the highest production cost per case of any plant in our network that's why we made the decision to close the plant. >> reporter: the plant is scheduled to close next july. cam campbells is also closing it's spice plant in san francisco. >>> a small group of protesters is clashing with police at this hour. it is the same area where police evicted an occupy encampment early this morning. amber lee just arrived there morning on market street. al we -- amber what's going on there? >> reporter: julie we're at the interception of market and drum right across the street from the embarcader. we want to show you what we see right here. there's at least one dozen police officers with helmets and batons. what we saw when we arrived was a group of men yelling at the officers. not clear what they were saying. a witness told us he saw
campbell. it's thursday, september 27th. we begin with an overnight police raid in downtown san francisco. officers moved in on an occupy camp at the federal reserve bank on market street. christien kafton joins us live with video you won't see anywhere else. good morning. >> reporter: yeah, now that the start is starting to come up, you can see this former site of the occupy protest at the foot of market 101 market. you can see it surrounded by a chain-link fence. right across the street you might see there is a small encampment of some of the occupiers returning to the area. police were out here overnight. they were out here this morning to -- to watch the site. they said they gave them every chance to avoid arrest. >> we gave them opportunity to vacate. some people did leave on their own. the other people who remained behind did get arrested for illegal lodging. >> reporter: san francisco police moved about 11:30 last night. last night was rough after police cleared the camp and seized their possessions. >> they took everybody's possessions, dogs, animals, whatever they had. i can't ev
those numbers for use starting out in the south bay mostly low 80s 82 degrees expected for campbell 81 in almaden valley mid to upper seventies for 70 del 9 degrees for livermore 80 expect for fairfield upper 60s for your east bayshore this afternoon upper 60s to downtown san francisco as well 605 for daly city low eighties and up seven is for the north bay. officials for anywhere from 5 to 12 degrees warmer tomorrow getting up to 99 degrees on monday for a year in the spots about mid-80s for the bay of seven is are expected for the coast fare cut. >> of janu we are crossing our fingers for friday hot spots to talk about the traffic is increasing. as you approached the top--one she gets the toll plaza no way at the pace. your san mateo bridge ride looks like construction maybe the process is wrapping up was down 92 approaching the high-rise and over at the golden gate bridge south lawn down 101 we do have fault and some construction taking place to conceive a flashing light on your screen. taking it to our traffic maps approaching 580 interchange was down 24 and one of our last reports
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. "mornings on 2" starts now. >>> good morning. i'm dave clark. >> i'm tori campbell. >>> another young child is hit and killed on a busy novato street. it happened yesterday on novato boulevard and san marin drive. police say the girl, who was new to the area, was home when it happened. christien kafton has more. >> reporter: we're on the stretch of road where the fatal accident happened. first, now that the sun is up you can, you can see the trail where the middle schooler was hit. candles and teddy bears have been left here as a somber memorial. she was hit by a white suv. emergency crews rushed to the scene. the girl was taken by ambulance to novato hospital, then airlifted, where she was pronounced dead. authorities say the driver who hit the car stopped at the scene and is cooperating with investigators. >> it changes to 45 and then people really hit the gas coming out this way. >> reporter: i'm taking a live look at the memorial. you can see people have dropped off teddy bears an memorials and other remembrances. as you heard the neighbor talk about it a moment ago, there are definitel
to "mornings on 2." i'm dave clark. >> i'm tori campbell. >>> five people are looking for temporary housing after a fire burned their home. ktvu channel 2 reporter claudine wong has been there since 4:30 this morning getting a close look at the damage. >> reporter: good morning, tori. we have daylight. we can get a look at the damage. you can see how hot this fire burned. there was a partial roof collapse this morning. so waiting for daylight was very important for investigations to make sure it was safe so they can figure out what areas are safe to go into as they try to figure this out. we just talked to a neighbor who practically could feel the heat of the fire from his deck. he told us what he saw. >> from what i could tell, it was another oakland hills fire. it was so intense and so big. i thought what's going on here? it was just the one house. but it was very scary. >> reporter: when he first saw the firefighter, the firefighters were not called get. they got a call at about 12:15 and they got here and saw the fire was surrounding threatening -- the fire was threatsenning surroundin
who died were not wearing life jackets. >>> campbell police tell ktvu they have made one arrest in the recent string of burglaries. last night we told you about break-ins there. one man was arrested for breaking into storage lockers. but another burglar seen on surveillance video stealing items from cars still has not been identified. >>> now you can get ktvu news to go. download the ktvu app, click the live icon and you can watch all of our newscasts live on your mobile device. >>> shoppers are expected to spend more money this holiday season compared to last year according to a new report out today from the national retail federation. consumers are expected to spend $586.1 billion. that's an increase of 4.1% of last year. but in terms of growth it is much lower than last year's 5.6% increase compared to 2010. >>> and we've got a little bit of wind out there now. let's go to point rays. i have a live buoy reading out there. what i'm doing is i'm looking for the winds to shift. right now i have a wind. see hire point rays. gusts to 22 this direction. that's a pretty vigorous rob
to mid 90's generally for the santa clara valley. 95 a. campbell. 95 at palo alto. 99 at mount you. and as we head towards the east bay that's where we will see the triple digit weather. maybe bid 97 the north bay as well but eighties around the heart of the bay that is the forecast for today get through it. as we mentioned a: trend will kick in by friday. friday saturday f, sunday is our fleet week week in the blue angels will be doing their show. friday, saturday, sunday we will look for falk but will burn off just in time for those shows now traffic erica. >> northbound 280 best-well below 25 mi. per hour so behind schedule north about 85 approaching highway 17. slight improvements 4101 approaching the 87 interchange. we are backed up at the bay bridge toll plaza we are seeing some shuffling. now this backed up extending just to the foot of the maze. that drive about 20 minutes out of oakland. and here at the san mateo bridge we did see some delays stop and go conditions, however it looks like speeds are picking up approaching the 101-92 interchange. it's a bit clouded out there
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've deployed a number of mechanics throughout the entire system. >> reporter: david campbell was vice president of safety and security at american. >> we believe we have narrowed it down to how those were installed. >> reporter: two flights were forced to make emergency landings. the first incident occurred last wednesday on a flight from vail to dallas. the problem resurfaced saturday on the same plane, flying from boston to miami. >> the seat is loose. we don't want that thing flying around and hurting the passengers behind them. >> reporter: american says it hasn't been able to link the issue to one maintenance facility, but the company has ruled out sabotage. >> after both contract and our own internal maintenance. so finding what's causing was mechanical or human error is what we're trying to do. >> reporter: despite the company's ongoing labor dispute, travel experts are still not telling passengers to steer clear of the airline. >> i will tell you personal for thanksgiving and christmas i have a trip booked on american. i don't feel uncomfortable with it. if you ask me in three weeks and
. afternoon highs '80s in the south bay 81 and sunnyvale 84 expected in campbell a degree warmer than that in los gatos and to an lp this 93 expected in livermore san leandro is at 79 degrees and a court to stay on tap for the north bay spots 84 and about in downtown san francisco as an afternoon high of 75 degrees. it seems pretty pleasant but keep in mind yesterday we were at around 9495. we're ashley 20 degrees cooler than where we were yesterday. it beats like weather along the coast upper 60s along ocean beach in the a's with the rangers again this afternoon the coliseum 1235 is your first pitch and temperatures will be in the mid to upper '70's. a sea breeze look again into the afternoon and we will see a cooling trend. seven day around the bay partly cloudy conditions and the potential for some rain. >> the san mateo bridge is a potential hot spots drive times are now pushing upwards toward 18 to 20 minutes across the span. there are pockets of stopping the traffic now reaching all the way back to the toll plaza from the construction area at the base of the high-rise. the steel
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